Author: Nate Williamson

Illini Roster Breakdown: What Will Ayo Dosunmu Bring to Illinois Basketball?

Illinois Fighting Illini Basketball landed a huge signing in the 2018 class in Ayo Dosunmu. But what exactly does he bring to the table for Brad Underwood and co.?

Illinois seeks breakout game, Wisconsin seeks recovery game: Men’s Basketball Preview

Tonight, in Madison at the Kohls Center, the Illinois Fighting Illini (10-9, 0-6 B1G) are on the road against the Wisconsin Badgers (9-10, 2-4 B1G). The Illini are currently the only team in the Big Ten without a conference win, though they are coming off of a harsh streak of heartbreaking losses in Big Ten

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Illini 2017 Class Close-Up: Mark Alstork

Position: Guard Height: 6’5” Weight: 190 lb. Hometown: Dayton, Ohio   Alstork is personally one of my favorite guys coming in with the Illinois 2017 class. The multitude of cries from Illini fans regarding the need for guard and scoring help was silenced a few months back when highly-sought graduate transfer Mark Alstork, formerly of

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Illini 2017 Class Close-Up: Gregory Eboigbodin

Illinois fans were a bit unsure what to think when Gregory Eboigbodin, formerly a commit to the University of Illinois-Chicago, committed to become an Illini in the 2017 class. Eboigbodin wasn’t a heavily followed recruit by the casual Illinois fan, but to me, Eboigboidin could turn out to be exactly what the Illinois basketball’s class

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An Eye On the Lions: Orlando City’s Success Thus Far

Let me start with this: Orlando City, whatever happens this season, means business. The club made headline news with its “promotion” (as much as bidding for an MLS franchise is a promotion) to MLS in 2015. The team had previously had large amounts of success in the USL Pro league, where the MLS’ secondary team

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Cousins to Pelicans: What Does it Mean for the West, and the NBA?

The NBA Trade deadline is arguably one of the most exciting in all of sports. It’s one that a lot of people constantly watch for, year in and year out, and pay close attention to. Some of the biggest names are liable to go to a new team, and as we approach the trade deadline,

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